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Cleveland Gaming Classic for United Cerebral Palsy

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Cleveland Gaming Classic for United Cerebral Palsy

Here's how it works

Be a Donor!

Our virtual event is November 21 - 22, 2020; however, we'll be raising funds now and through the dates of our virtual event.  So you don't have to wait until November 21 - 22 to make a donation!

Win Epic Prizes!

Every $5 donated gets you one (1) raffle ticket to win an Arcade1Up Cabinet (valued up to $399, shipped direct to you, US Only)! So just by donating you can win - more prizes will be announced and given away all along our campaign and during the virtual event - so tune in and share!

Play in our virtual event!

This year we'll also be having opportunities to play virtually in our event for 2020! That's right - you can participate in games and challenges from the comfort of your home (and in your pajamas).

Join our virtual event

On November 21 - 22 we'll be doing two full days of programming featuring gaming, panels, speed runs, tournaments, challenges and more.  Our event will be streamed live for viewers to directly access all the great programming and content we are putting together.


About UCP of Greater Cleveland

UCP of Greater Cleveland is best known as a local organization serving children and adults with a wide range of disabilities with the goal to advance their independence, productivity and inclusion in the community. UCP of Greater Cleveland serves over 1,500 children and adults each with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, genetic disorders, intellectual disability, down syndrome, and autism spectrum disorder, among others.

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When
Saturday November 21st
9:00 AM
Where
Cleveland, OH, USA
Cleveland, OH, USA

Story

UCP of Greater Cleveland is best known as a local organization serving children and adults with a wide range of disabilities with the goal to advance their independence, productivity and inclusion in the community. UCP of Greater Cleveland serves over 1,500 children and adults each with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, genetic disorders, intellectual disability, down syndrome, and autism spectrum disorder, among others.


"UCP of Greater Cleveland is thrilled and grateful to be the chosen beneficiary of the 2020 Cleveland Gaming Classic!” Trish Otter, President & CEO of UCP. “We rely on the support of community partners such as CGC to help raise funds and awareness, which are both crucial in our effort to provide programs and services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, especially during this time.  In therapy, the children we serve are unlocking previously unavailable abilities just as an action game of physical challenges, hand eye coordination and reflexes. They are always in challenge mode facing quests continuously leading to badges that improve their quality of life.  Thank you, again, and GLHF!”

Posted by United Cerebral Palsy Association of Greater Cleveland, Inc.





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